Library resources include both print and electronic books and journals as well as databases. Librarians select and purchase these materials to serve students and faculty. Most library resources are not available for free online, but are free for students to use. You find library resources by searching the catalog
Internet resources include everything you find on Google. The internet contains millions of webpages and videos created by people, companies, and institutions around the world. Using the internet requires the skill sto find what you need and to determine reliability and quality.
Lexis Nexus is a database containing news and legal information. Like all databases, you can search is using the available search box, and other tools on the page. UMass, Lowell has a handy tutorial for using Lexis Nexus.
Lunn v. Commonwealth, 477 Mass. 517 (2017)
A more detailed guide is available through Walsh University.